Luxury hospitality in the heart of a historic monument
Four Seasons Hotel Trinity Square is located inside one of the most beautiful buildings in London. This existing edifice was the old seat of the port authority locate at Tower Hill. The listed structure originally designed by the famous architect Sir Edwin Cooper first opened in 1922.
Even after the extensive bombing of London the second world war, the building survived and hosted the opening ceremony of the United Nations which took place in a ballroom that bears its name. This iconic location was also recently used in the film James Bond Skyfall.
Ateliers de France were commissioned to renovate the Spa and the Rotunda, a circular lounge with a monumental Art Deco style dome. If visitors pay close attention they will discover the hotel’s philosophy, ¨East meets West¨. The white plaster walls of the rotunda include circular motifs, as the circle has an important symbolic meaning in Chinese culture, representing earth, water and air.
The glamorous modern spa facilities, designed by Joseph Caspari have successfully achieved his concept of entering an are timeless tranquility. This wellness facility design reminds us of the Roman history of London through the use of rich colors and textures, while the East makes itself present in the unique Moroccan hammam.